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The Duck Commander and his sons are unashamed of their Christian faith and want to share the Gospel with everyone, from new believers to longtime followers of Jesus. Phil, Al, Jase, and their special guests go beyond the four walls of the church to share God's Word and study the Bible with you. So pour a glass of tea, and experience fun and inspiring stories of faith and family, straight from West Monroe, Louisiana.

171 Episodes
Did Phil have to hand over a crisp $20 bill to Jase for finding his lost chain? The guys reveal the resolution to last episode's cliffhanger. Phil and Jase leave Zach nearly speechless when they overshare about a great experience Phil had in the woods recently. The guys discuss the Alpha and the Omega, Revelation and the Eternal Age, and what the Bible says about YOLO. And Zach has a timely reminder that all earthly kingdoms fall — even America — but our ultimate allegiance is to God, and nothing can topple his kingdom. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
By popular demand, Jase reveals how he makes money in the stock market, and Phil and Al chime in with a biblical perspective. But first, Al is a man on the move, and he discovers there are rednecks everywhere. Jase gets ready to take Phil out for his first metal detecting experience. And Phil and Jase explore why chains are so irresistible to a redneck. Disclaimer: Obviously Phil, Jase, and Al Robertson are not licensed to provide investment advice, tax advice, or financial planning services, and trading involves substantial risk. No portion of this podcast should be considered investment or trading advice; endorsement, promotion, or recommendation of stocks; or solicitation to buy, sell, or hold any type of investment or security. In addition, past performance of a stock does not guarantee future results. The information in this episode is solely the opinion of the individual hosts. Find a financial professional to advise you before making any investment or trade. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Phil thinks he might need a shrink to help him figure out the eccentricities and peculiarities he shares with his siblings. Jase explains the hilarious reason Si hollers on the phone and why whispering always makes him nervous. Miss Kay left her cellphone in the last place you'd think to look. Phil reveals why he doesn't wear his $5,000 hearing aides, and Al offers his theory on the REAL reason. Jase promises to share his stock tips on Monday's episode. The guys discuss Al's sermon on the God of the towel, the full extent of Jesus' love, and why Phil wishes he could have Thomas Jefferson on "Unashamed." And we close with Phil's ugly feet. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Phil shares a cringe-worthy coffee catastrophe, courtesy of Dan. Phil, Jase, and Al try to figure out why some people can't stand to be called "sir" or "ma'am," and they ponder why it drives some people crazy to have a door held open for them. The guys discuss recognizing people by the fruit they bear, and Jase says we have too many rock-throwers and not enough foot-washers. Phil also explains what a "stem-winder of a hairdo" is. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Kathie Lee Gifford makes her "Unashamed" debut and impresses Phil, Miss Kay, and Al big-time. Kathie Lee shares how losing her husband lit a fire in her belly, why she never Googles herself, working with Regis, the time God spoke to her in a movie theater, how her family came to Jesus, and her new children's book, "Hello, Little Dreamer." Phil and Al joke with Miss Kay about her amusing misquotes and malapropisms, and Kay reveals how she botched her carrot cake recipe and almost derailed dessert. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
David and Jason Benham were the targets of fake news and cancel culture before those things were trendy hashtags. On their "Unashamed" debut, the Benham brothers talk with Phil and Al about how to live boldly for Jesus, how to demolish anything that goes up against the knowledge of God, and how they built their real estate company on scripture. David and Jason look back at GLAAD's cancel campaign against them and discuss the agenda to silence, marginalize, demonize, and criminalize Christians. The guys also tackle the silence of many Christian celebrities and how failing to speak up hinders the gospel. And Al describes an event with 30+ pastors where he heard more about social justice than the gospel. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Hurricane Delta knocks out the power, and Al discovers his garbage generators have a lot in common with the pandemic. Jase makes a rare trip to a Mexican restaurant after the storm and attempts to negotiate his check. Phil laments people becoming suburbanized and unprepared. He also shares three "impossibles" from the Bible and describes the things man-made governments can't do. And the guys discuss how disasters bring people together and how to approach people who expect mean neighbors. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Lt. Col. Allen West makes his "Unashamed" debut to talk about how the Left stole rugged individualism from people, the breakdown of the American family, the value of a good spanking, the politics of division, and why we need Christians to vote. Jase remembers the time he got spanked in gym class. The guys weigh in on people casting stones at Trump, what's being done to Joe Biden, and why nobody kills a party like Phil. And Phil makes the case for why one little girl in South Carolina proves there's still hope for America. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Phil, Jase, and Al laugh as they remember their boat launch money-making scheme. Terry Bradshaw bails Phil out of an awkward moment. Phil explains why men need women and why he's sticking with Kay no matter what. Jase goes into his stance on the death penalty. Al comes down hard on the racist evil of Margaret Sanger. And the guys talk about why "Cuties" isn't a free-speech issue and how to learn where to find answers to your questions in the Bible. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Jase is giddy over the 127-year-old coin he found after a hurricane uprooted a magnolia tree on his property, but Missy isn't thrilled about Jase's next metal-detecting idea. Phil, Jase, and Al talk about uncovering lost treasure in God's creation, why Jesus spent time with sinners, the Netflix indictment, and seeking the light of the world. And Jase reveals how he ended up growing a tree in the back of his truck. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Phil, Jase, and Al host an open and honest discussion of sex with sexuality expert and Ultimate Escape podcast host Steve Holladay. The guys go into the problem with churches that don't talk about sex, kids and internet pornography, how to inoculate kids against sexual problems, why young people aren't getting married, and sex without responsibility. Steve says you can learn a lot about sex from a duck call. And Jase recalls being traumatized by Phil's speech on sexually transmitted diseases. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Phil raises an eyebrow at what people are bringing to Texas from blue states. A visitor at Phil's gate asks a peculiar question about his race. Jase's new neighbor in Texas doesn't seem to like him very much, but he has a great visit to Garrett Metal Detectors. And the guys talk about bearing good fruit, explaining the Holy Spirit to unbelievers, getting out of the way of the Holy Spirit, and what it means to be controlled by a sinful nature. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Phil and Jase talk about taking Jesus for granted, and that reminds Jase that he has a major bone to pick with the people who set up gas pumps. Al remembers trying to drive to his wedding with kerosene in the tank and decides maybe there's a reason no one wanted their daughters marrying the Robertson boys. And Phil, Jase, and Al talk about John 14, the reasons people give for not coming to Jesus, and the beginning of forever. But first, the guys weigh in on how LSU is doing this year, and Al and Jase preview their upcoming book projects. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Phil tells the story of his quickie wedding to Miss Kay, and Al shares his family's long-standing confusion over the wedding date. Jase reveals the life goal that's at the top of his list. A listener asks for guidance on how to respond to a neighbor who insists that Jesus sinned when he asked why God had forsaken him. And the guys weigh in on whether doubt is a sin. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Sen. Ted Cruz makes his "Unashamed" debut to talk about the Supreme Court, the radical left's hatred for people of faith, and how he saw the redeeming power of salvation when his dad became a believer and reunited their family. Cruz also talks about his timely new book, "One Vote Away: How a Single Supreme Court Seat Can Change History," and his podcast, "Verdict with Ted Cruz." Phil, Jase, and Al discuss the vicious attacks on SCOTUS nominee Amy Coney Barrett for adopting children from Haiti and for being a woman of faith. Al notes the power of Cruz's beard. Phil makes his 2020 election prediction with one caveat. And the guys reminisce about their awesome hunt with the senator. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Phil and the boys took Phyllis out for her first duck hunt, and Phil kept a close eye on her. Phil remembers the time 2-year-old Jase swiped a wood duck and where they found it. Phil, Jase, and Al talk duck lice, Phil's attitude toward gators, and whether the serpent in the Garden of Eden was a real snake. And Phil takes on the logic of the mom whose ungodly politics led her to join the Satanic Temple. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
"Proud American" podcast host and Fox News contributor Johnny "Joey" Jones joins Phil, Jase, and Al for a special crossover edition of Unashamed. Joey gets to know Si in the duck blind and explains how he became a meme. Jase shares Phil's anti-establishment approach to duck calls and reveals what was inside the giant mystery tube a listener sent him. Phil tells the story of Miss Kay hocking his wedding ring. And the guys discuss fleeing foolish arguments and how to be unoffendable when we're surrounded by the perpetually offended. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Jase cancels Netflix to send a message about "Cuties." Phil, Jase, and Zach discuss football players' protests, and Jase bemoans the lack of respect for our flag. Phil discovers he's uncomfortable watching football this year. Jase asks what's left to bring us together in America. Zach notes that we can't have justice without the truth. The guys discuss whether our fractured nation will survive, Trump's stand for religion, and the problem with conflating earthly kingdoms and God's kingdom. And Phil offers verses of peace and comfort amid the turmoil and chaos. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Jase kicks it off with a teal report featuring the one and only Si Robertson, flaring tempers, and the art of claiming ducks. Zach teaches Jase about logical fallacies. We hear the story of the first time Phil told his sons he loves them. And the guys talk about what "God gave them over to a depraved mind" means in Romans 1:28, the unforgivable sin, the Holy Spirit, and whether you can lose your salvation. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Jase unveils his Top 10 "Duck Dynasty" Don't-Ever-Do List. Phil warns against any Supreme Court nominee or candidate who comes to us in sheep's clothing. In a landmark Unashamed moment, Jase admits he was wrong. Phil nails celebrity culture in one Bible verse and learns about Instagram. Jase knocks the 24-hour celebrity Instagram blackout to protest hate speech. And Phil, Jase, and Zach discuss supposed "scientific evidence" that Trump has harmed the country and how to understand the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Comments (127)



Oct 11th

Chris Cochran

came across this podcast yesterday. it's my new companion during my drive to and from work, while having my lunch break, and even now sitting on the deck with my morning coffee and following along with my Bible

Oct 7th

Scott Darden


Oct 5th

Matt Pando

I like Ted Cruz. he looks better with the beard.

Oct 5th


Y’all ever try eating snake? It’s delicious!

Oct 3rd



Oct 2nd


Great recipe

Sep 13th

Rebecca Thompson

Where is Al? #bringbackAl

Sep 8th

Caleb Shuler Sr

This great family has brought the evil out like it always does. Keep ot up fellas, you are not alone. Were with ya.

Aug 9th

Michael Harvey

Come on Phil...sinning doesn't make is a sinner, we sin because that's out nature, obtained at conception.

Aug 8th
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Thank you

Aug 8th
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Sabrina Schumacher-Flores

I really enjoy y'alls show! I really came back to Jesus listen to y'alls show. Thank you!

Aug 7th

Andy Cammarota

my favorite podcast to listen to!! bunch of Jesus-lovin rednecks with some great stories and fellowship

Aug 4th

Michael Harvey

But we should go to a "church" that devotes themselves to the "apostles’ teaching, and to fellowship, and to sharing in meals (including the Lord’s Supper ), and to prayer. Acts 2:42 NLT Too many churches have forsaken the Apostle's teachings...the Bible, and that's a building and/or denomination I won't connect with.

Jul 31st

Great stuff guys. Unashamed is the one podcast I never miss. It's definitely helping me to get more into my Bible thereby making me stronger in my faith. God bless y'all.

Jul 30th

Kimberly Price

Hey AL... It's prince Albert in a can... Yes its tobacco.

Jul 15th



Jul 1st

Max Johnson

This podcast has become a favorite. I love the humor and the Bible study.

Jun 27th


"If you want to find true equality, you will find it in Jesus." 👍👍👍🙏

Jun 12th

Robin Lester

love you make me think.

Jun 8th
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